Building a Business Case for Content Automation. Part 2

This is the second post in the series about building a business case for content automation. In the previous post, I talked about automated content assembly, […]

Building a Business Case for Content Automation. Part 1

Automated content assembly, aggregation, and generation is not about making a nice hocus-pocus to entertain your co-workers at a cocktail party (although it would be, probably, […]

Why You Should Start Thinking About Content Automation Now. Even If It Is Not Your Immediate Goal

Suppose you’ve bought a car, but use it just to get to the office and then return home. So you are keeping the car and paying […]

Making MS Word and DITA Best Friends: How to Get the Best of the Both Worlds

From my previous posts, you probably know how passionate I am about structured content. For end-users, capabilities to automatically assemble, aggregate, and generate content means an […]